With more people playing mobile gaming and a lowered earnings outlook for the year, is the retailer bound for the same fate as Blockbuster or Circuit City?
FORTUNE – How much trouble is GameStop (GME) in?
On Monday, the Grapevine, Texas-based video game retailer trimmed its previously light earnings forecast for the latest quarter -- a period that includes the last holiday season -- after witnessing an unexpected decline in software sales MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jan 16, 2014 3:43 PM ET
Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing upstarts are transforming a slow-to-change industry from the outside in.JP Mangalindan, Writer - Jan 15, 2014 11:45 AM ET
Even the CEO of the leading transportation company thinks the regulation is needed.
FORTUNE -- The days of unregulated tech shuttles are numbered.
For years, tech companies have hired private buses to transport their workers who live in San Francisco to their leafy suburban campuses in towns like Redwood City and Mountain View. Now those shuttles have become a lightning rod of criticism for some non-tech workers, citing class inequalities. The buses MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jan 8, 2014 4:39 PM ET
The Kickstarter-backed startup gets a little classier with its latest device.
FORTUNE -- Just around the time the Pebble smartwatch started shipping in January 2013, CEO Eric Migicovsky and the rest of his team began thinking about their next big project. The Pebble was a good first device, but its casual sporty design left more than a few shoppers seeking a more versatile look.
"Some wanted it to be in a slightly MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jan 6, 2014 2:00 PM ET
Wearable technology is supposed to be the next hot thing but has barely made a dent in the consumer market.
FORTUNE -- Wearable computers may be a market worth as much as $6 billion by 2016, but for now it's a category with more hype and little substance.
Early users of Google (GOOG) Glass device, often agree on one thing: It's got great potential but needs a lot of work. Voice recognition for MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jan 3, 2014 4:50 PM ET
Square goes public, wearable computers become popular, and the San Francisco culture war heats up.
FORTUNE -- No man is an island, the famous John Donne poem reads. It's especially appropriate for tech, where one new startup, app, or slab of hardware can bring about meaningful change in society.
As another year winds down for this dynamic industry, we look ahead. What do we think will be the major topics taking up MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Dec 30, 2013 2:19 PM ET
From Box's Aaron Levie to Lookout's John Hering, these startup CEOs review the year in tech.
FORTUNE -- If Silicon Valley is known for anything, it's breakneck innovation, consequences often be damned. Startups debut promising ideas -- or execute an already existing idea better. Today's scrappy poster child becomes tomorrow's old establishment. And one product launch is enough to ignite a new software or hardware category.
The last 12 months have proven MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Dec 26, 2013 8:07 AM ET
The election makes the Twitter inventor and Square CEO a board member effective immediately.
FORTUNE -- Jack Dorsey's schedule just got even busier. Effective immediately, the Square CEO and Twitter (TWTR) co-founder is joining The Walt Disney Company's (DIS) board of directors.
"Jack Dorsey is a talented entrepreneur who has helped create groundbreaking new businesses in the social media and commerce spaces," said Robert A. Iger, Disney's chairman and chief executive officer, in MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Dec 23, 2013 4:17 PM ET
The worst may be over, according to some local brokers.
FORTUNE -- On one thing San Franciscans can agree: renting a place in the city is pricey.
But the days of hyperbolic apartment prices may be numbered, thanks to nearly 8,500 new rental units opening in the city over the next 14 months, estimates James Wavro of J. Wavro Associates, a real estate brokerage that leases properties across the San Francisco Bay MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Dec 18, 2013 4:35 PM ET
What to do and look for from day one.
FORTUNE -- So you've been hired as a software engineer. Congratulations.
That was half the challenge. The other? Hitting the ground running from day one. Because whether you're coding from the plush comforts of Google's (GOOG) Mountain View headquarters, toiling at an early-stage San Francisco startup of 10, or plugging away elsewhere, the demand for software engineers is as high as it has MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Dec 16, 2013 5:00 AM ET
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